What is the fastest 100 free time?
The short course world record in the 100m free is currently held by 6’8” Amaury Leveaux of France, who swam a stunning 44.94 at the European Short Course Championships in Rijeka, Croatia in December 2008.
How fast should I swim 100 meters?
Swim times vary according to age and ability. In general, average lap swimmers in a 100 m pool comfortably complete a 100 m swim in two minutes. A swimmer who has an easy interval time of two minutes would consider a 100 m time of one minute 30 seconds very good.
What is the fastest 50 free time?
The current world record for the 50 freestyle long course is held by Cesar Cielo (BRA), who set the mark on December 18, 2009 at the CBDA Open – Brazilian Championships, in a time of 20.91. (For World, Olympics and World Championship records you can view them here.)
How fast do Olympic swimmers swim 50m?
The average 30 sec per 50 yards master swimmer hits the water at around 4.7 miles per hour (6.9 ft/sec.) (2.1 meters/sec.). For a 50, this would be 21.4 seconds. Fact: The fastest breaststroker in the Olympics swims at 1.64 meters per second.
How fast does Michael Phelps swim 100 meters?
Phelps swam the 100 meters in 38.1 seconds, while the shark did the same length in 36.1 seconds, beating Phelps by two seconds.
Is freestyle faster than butterfly?
Freestyle times (46.91 WR for 100m) tend to be faster than butterfly (49.82 WR for 100m) times. However, the “peak speed” for butterfly is faster than freestyle(1).
Is there a 50 backstroke in Olympics?
Freestyle is the only discipline to have a 50m competition at the Olympics, with breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly contested over 100m and 200m only. In previous Games, women could compete over 800m in freestyle, but not 1500m, with men contesting 1500m events, but not 800m races.